Glen Wakeman on keeping up with acquaintances and

Glen Wakeman is coming up with new ways to improve businesses all the time. You could say that is his passion in life. With his proven 5 step methodology he helps grow struggling businesses into efficiently running powerhouses. Glen also helps grow entrepreneurs ideas from the starting point to a fully functional and successful business.

To bring his ideas to life Glen explains his thoughts to other people. In the process, he can figure out the big picture of his idea and explain how it works. Some ideas are terrible, while others can be pretty good. Talking about them to people is what Glen Wakeman finds motivating (Twitter). Glen also attributes his sense of curiosity to his ability to problem solve.


Glen Wakeman attended the University of Scranton to get a BS in Finance and Economics. Ten years later he went back to school to get his Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago. His career after school was nothing short of impressive. He worked for GE Capital for over 20 years and made a number of very successful accomplishments with the company. He founded a business called Nova Four. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of that company. He also works as the CEO and founder of LaunchPad Holdings LLC. They turn entrepreneurs ideas into plans that help them step by step accomplish their dreams. It is a type of software that helps build these plans and also offers tons of information.


Glen is always trying to learn new things and find ways to more businesses forward. One regret his has was not getting acquaintances and friend’s contact information in the past. He thinks business cards and also social media is a good way to keep in contact. Having this information also applies to business because it can mean the difference between success and failure. That is why networking is so important. The businessman recommends everyone to read “The Art of War” by Sun Tzu. There is a lot of good information in there about strategy, discipline, preparation, and teamwork. Glen Wakeman has gained a lot of wisdom from reading this book and finds it to be a timeless classic.

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